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problem is going to focus on betting $1.00 on the number group 1-12. If the ball lands in any of the ** values** 1-12 the bet is won and the return is $3.00. If the ball lands on any of the other

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am yet to discover, for example, statistics class.
Best Strategy: The best strategy is to get to 20 points and end your turn. This should take roughly 5 rolls of the dice seeing as the *expected*** value** per roll is 4. Four multiplied by five is 20. You should take 5 rolls because after five rolls the

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at which he can expect the project to take to be completed. “In this calculation, the midpoint between the pessimistic and optimistic ** values** is the weighted arithmetic mean of the mode and mid-range, representing two-thirds of the overall weighting for the calculated

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1.What is the *expected*** value** of the company in one year, with and
without expansion? Would the company stockholders be better off
with or without expansion? Why?
The

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scale, where an A is a 4.0, a B a 3.0, and so on. Determine the ** expected** grade and variance for the course.
4*0.15+3*0.25+2*0.38+1*0.12+0=0.6+0.75+.76+0.12=2.23
3. An investment firm is considering two alternative investments, A and B, under two possible future sets of economic conditions, good and poor. There is a .60 probability of good economic conditions occurring and a .40 probability of poor economic conditions occurring. The

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their ** values** in terms of profits and losses are for each of the two tooling alternatives, also visualize the outcomes of different prospects in order make better decision under uncertainty
Strengths of decision tree analysis
Decision tree analysis will show all the alternatives, probabilities, costs and the possible outcomes that are not even consider by the company. The company can add the possible scenario into decision tree diagram, through the diagram can calculate the

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equity
Terminal ** Value**= TV= FCFFn × (1+g)/ (WACC – g)
Following table summarizes the impact of growth of 5% with changes in operation of cash flow and

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and 0.35, respectively.
A small facility is ** expected** to earn an after-tax net present

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Pashikanti, Yingqi Yang, Hao Zhu
Executive Summary
In this case, our group used the techniques such as PERT, project crushing and visualization to solve the scheduling problems encountered in a development project at B&W Systems. We came up with the ** expected** completion time and crashing solution to help the company meet the deadline. The problem was successfully solved.
Statement of the Problem
The 3 questions our group tried to answer were: How long will the development project at B&W Systems take...

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